Loomis Basin Chamber of Commerce Newsletter
January 2018
President's Message:
HAPPY NEW YEAR! I read a wonderful quote the other day - "On New Year's Eve the whole world celebrates the fact that a date changes. Let us celebrate the dates on which we change the world." We have some amazing opportunities in front of us each and every day. What we choose to do with those opportunities is what will make the year good, great, or just alright. I challenge each and every one of you to find something to make this year great - for yourself, for someone else, for your business, or for your community. 

The Chamber has some exciting things coming up for this year - the first of which is happening this month. We will have our 2nd Discover Loomis Business Expo on January 30th. I'm sure you have seen some information about it at this point, so I urge you to participate - either by having a booth or just coming by and meeting everyone. Supporting our local businesses is one way we can make this year great. I look forward to seeing you there. 

My goal is to make 2018 "TWENTY GREAT TEEN" for our businesses, our community, and for ourselves. 

Sharla Nichols Caves
Loomis Basin Chamber of Commerce
Discover Loomis Business Expo
Tuesday, January 30, 2018
Blue Goose Event Center
5:30 – 7:30 p.m.
Meet and Greet 2018 Board Members
2018 Business Awards



11- 2018 Board of Directors Installation

"Happy Hour"

13- Cookies & Punch Reception 
Meet the New Community Enagagement Librarian Sarah Comstock

24-Loomis Basin Soroptimist-It's In The Bag Designer Purse Event

25-Ambassador's Meeting

30-Discover Loomis Business Expo & Business

Ribbon Cutting Celebration
Davis Dean Cellars
Thursday, Jan 18 @5:30 p.m.
3565 Taylor Rd, Loomis, CA 95650
Town Of Loomis Announces New Facade Improvement Grant Program

Capitalizing on the momentum created when nationally-recognized downtown revitalization expert Michele Reeves came to Loomis in mid-November, the Loomis Town Council unanimously approved on Tuesday, December 12, a new façade improvement grant program aimed at provided funding for downtown businesses to improve their storefronts. The grant program is available to businesses and property owners in the Loomis Downtown Master Plan area.

“The program extends the town’s strong commitment of supporting existing businesses and helps to make much needed improvements to the downtown and commercial area in Loomis,” Loomis Mayor Pro Tempore Tim Onderko said. “Improving our downtown continues to be a top priority for the
Town of Loomis.”

Loomis Young Professionals “Happy Hour”
HAS MOVED to the second
Thursday each month
Thursday, Jan.11 @5:30 p.m.
At Loomis Basin Brewery
3277 Swetzer Rd. Loomis, CA

LYP is a young professionals opportunity to engage and connect professionally through networking within the Town of Loomis and the Chamber.
Loomis Basin Chamber Mixer
Loomis Library & Community Learning Center

Thursday, Feb. 15 @ 5:30p.m.
6050 Library Dr. Loomis, CA 95650
Food | Drinks | Raffle | Networking

Bring your business card
and a raffle prize!
New Members

Western Tree Preservation-
Josh Day
Tree Service Sacramento, CA

Juvolux Solutions
Jarad W. Snow
coaching and consulting services to enrich your leadership skills, develop and achieve strategic goals, and become more efficient as an individual, team. and organization.
First Thursday Chamber Connection
Thursday, Feb. 1 @ 8 a.m.
Meet Chamber Members, hear from local business professionals and stay up to date on industry topics and trends.
At The Loomis Train Depot
5775 Horseshoe Bar Rd. Loomis, CA
Renewing Members

Christensen's Saddle & Supply

Eagle Plumbing & Rooter

Flower Farm Inn

Golden Eagle Automotive

Gourmet Garage

Grant Thomas Rose Tax Planning

Green Tree Studio

Hurst Home Realty

Nelthorpe & Son Appliances

Sacramento District-Church of Nazarene

The Basic Shop, LLC

The Cowpoke Foundation

The Yogurt Shop

A benefit for Soroptimist International of Loomis Basin
The Ultimate Girls Night Out!
Wednesday, January 24, 2018
Blue Goose Event Center
3550 Taylor Rd. Loomis, CA
Contact: 916-652-0404

-Ticket Purchase Includes-
Dinner, bottled water, games, door prize & purse raffle tickets
Del Oro Band Crab Feed
Saturday, January 13
@ 5:00 p.m.
Blue Goose Event Center
Ticket can be purchased at Main Drug
(3685 Taylor Rd, Loomis, CA 95650)
6050 Library Dr. Loomis, CA
Open Thursday-Saturday
Saturday, January 13
Cookies & Punch Reception
Meet the New Community Enagagement Librarian Sarah Comstock
Thursday, January 18
Loomis Historical Society Presents:
The Loomis Legacy Loop
Presenter: Barbara Leak
The Loomis Legacy Loop pays tribute to our town’s rich agricultural history with murals and sidewalk tiles of local fruit crate labels. We’ll take a closer look at the farmers whose names appear on some of the murals. Join us to learn who these men were, where their orchards were located, and the roles they played in the local fruit industry.
Thursday, January 18
Page Turners Book Club:
The Zookeeper's Wife
7:00- 8:30p.m.
The Zookeeper's Wife is a non-fiction book written by the poet and naturalist Diane Ackerman. Drawing on the unpublished diary of Antonina Zabińska, it recounts the true story of how she and her husband, Jan Zabiński, director of the Warsaw Zoo, saved the lives of 300 Jews who had been imprisoned in the Warsaw Ghetto following the German invasion of Poland on September 1, 1939.
Feel free to bring a snack or beverage. Please send your RSVP or questions to Myrtle Cook at myrtlecooks2@aol.com.
Friday, January 19
Story Book Trail!
The Placer Nature Center returns to provide a special storybook activity for pre-schoolers and young readers. Join them for a fun Storybook Trail experience at the nature space outside the Loomis Library & Community Learning Center.
Featured Book:
Just a Big Storm By Mercer Mayer 
"A Book about winter weather and safety”
Friday- January 26 &
Saturday- January 27
Friends of the Loomis Library
Used Book Sale!
Purchase new & old children's, adult, teen reference, non-fiction, & fiction books.
Saturday, January 27
Read To A Dog!
Join Lend A Heart Lead A Hand Animal-Assisted Therapy volunteers and their sweet, therapy-trained dogs inside the Jesse Helms Room. Kids can practice their reading skills and build confidence with a kind and furry friend.
December Mixer-Loomis Christmas Basket Fundraiser